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  • Do now Journal #1: Aim: How can we become more productive listeners of passages, audio, and media to understand author’s purpose and recall the evidence that proves that purpose? Journal #1 Journal #2 The Perks of Being a WallflowerWhich music artist do you listento for their lyrics specifically. List Summarize the pages read the artist, song, and one line aloud. from the song that stays in your What struck you as the mostmind. How do you stay attentive to the artists lyrics, and why do important part of this you remember them? passage?
  • Barack Obama Speech: Author: Title: Is this a speech/narrative (story)/film scene/presentation?   Topic(s): What is the piece or author saying about the topic?   Is this informative/ opinion/ entertaining/persuasive? (Fact, Fiction, Opinion, Joke, or Motivational).  
  • Second Listen: Write down any quotes/examples/explanations that support the topic?     What does the piece or author say or use to support the topic? (Fact and Data, Opinion, Life Experiences, Explanations)   Any images that come to mind or seem important in the presentation? Summarize the piece in your own words?
  • Video Notes : Our Deepest Fearby Marianne Williamson Vocabulary: Inadequate: failing to reach an expected or required level or standard Fill in the top of the notes on your own on the first listen. Fill in the bottom on your second listen:  New Question any images that strike you as important in the video or add to the context of the quote?  Class Discussion:
  • Class work questions: What is the purpose of this quote?  Persuade  Inspire/Motivate  Amuse/entertain  Argue Explain why you believe so? What do you believe the author of the quote is saying about fear?
  • Intro Paragraph Listeners Scavenger Hunt Goal put together a clear intro-paragraph with the three essential elements.  1. Hook  2. Topic/Main Points  3. Thesis Statement/Controlling Idea Each student will receive one of the three parts of an introduction paragraph that is either (for or against) the argument that school should have a later start time. Copy this down on a separate sheet of paper.
  • Scavenger Hunt (Hook, Topic, Thesis) Step One: Write down what pieces you need to complete your intro paragraph. Step Two: Decide whether the piece you have is (for or against ) later start times for students. Step Three: Find the other two pieces from your classmates and write them down to create a intro –paragraph. The pieces you find from your peers must agree with the argument (for or against).
  • Example – 15 minutes to find the othertwo pieces?  Rules You must read your piece to anyone who asks? You can read anyone elses piece Ask them if they have 1 of the three pieces you need? If they do, listen to their piece and decide if it agrees with your piece? Then write down in the appropriate place on your paper. Complete when you find all three pieces of an intro- paragraph .
  • Correct Introduction ParagraphsFor later start times: Do you enjoy going to school at 7 in the morning? Are you fully awake and think you can handle life’s many daily challenges to the fullest of your ability? I think not. -We at Fordham High School need more sleep. In order to fulfill this task, the school day would have to start at a later time. Everyone would benefit from these changes. Students would be less irritable in class, and they would also be more attentive to teachers little lectures, because their books will not be used as pillows. Many teenage high school students are tired during the school day, distracting them from their studies. This is one of the many good reasons why the starting time of school should be later in the day.  
  • Correct Intro-ParagraphAgainst Later Start Times Isn’t nice finishing school at 3:00 and having your whole afternoon ahead of you? The down side for starting school at a later time is the fact that we would be in school later in the day. We would not get out of school until 4:30 instead of 3:00. That would throw off everything, work schedules, athletic schedules, detentions; all sorts of things would be different. Starting school late and ending the day later would pose a problem to the bus company, day care centers, and the working parents of the students. So we should not change the start time of school, because it would in fact create huge problems at the end of the day.
  • Individual: Add a body paragraph that supports or opposes your completed introduction paragraph? Use personal experience for evidence and support of your opinion (for or against). Restate what you are talking about in the first sentence. When finsished: Take turns reading your completed essay to your partner, while the other person takes listening notes? All class work to be collected
  • Exit Card: Homework What other notes, procedures, or behaviors might be important for effective listening and response that we may not have covered today? Take notes on someone speaking, audio, or video in the format of your guided notes and write one paragraph that describes the authors opinion and their evidence to support it. – Due Tuesday -11/16/10 Late Assignments : Comparative Essay/Informational Pamphlet – Confusions/Questions/Problems
  • Do now: Journal What is similarity or How do you believe controlling idea between education and success in the your generation is future? Example (it takes different from the hard work; it’s a waste of ones before? What time, its jus one step to my do you believe that future). First name what you will change you hope to have success in about the world as your future and how you reach success education is related. Then write one sentence that in your field? What connects the two stated in are you going to the first sentence. change about the field you’re in?
  • Read Aloud.- The Perks Pages177 - 182 Class work what is similar and what is different about Charlie’s generation from yours. Mini Lesson: Generation: all of the people who were born at approximately the same time, considered as a group, and especially when considered as having shared interests and attitudes. Read Aloud Class work: What do you believe the defining charactersistics of Charlie’s generation are?
  •  Video Presentation – {4 mins.} Listening Notes What are some of the defining events in the last ten years of that are important to you? What are some important events that this video has missed in the last ten years that are important to you?
  • Short Essay Response Create a controlling idea of generation. Write an essay that uses the controlling idea of generation and the events of the last ten years to connect to your life? Write a paragraph predicting what the next ten years might bring? Use the evidence from the video to support your answer?
  • Share out homework: –{4 min} What controlling ideas can we make from our homework assignment?
  • Aim: Understanding author’s use oftone and purpose.Silently Read the next letter of ThePerks of Being A Wallflower What do you Paraphrase the emotions do you events of the believe the author chapter. is trying to convey through Charlie’s story.
  • Mini Lesson #1 - Tone Tone - Tone is a particular way of expressing feelings or attitudes that will influence how the reader feels about the characters, events, and outcomes. Speakers show tone more easily than writers because they can use voice tone, gesture, and facial expressions. A writer must use words alone.“ It is not what the story makes you feel! It’s the way the characters feel. How do we know what the characters feel?
  • Individual – Class work Listen to the Passage – Determine the tone of the passage . What do the characters feel? How do you know? Determine the tone of the passage – what words/ and language did the author use?
  • Activity Pair/Share – 10 minutes Write a story about one of the following as a pair that conveys the tone that you receive. You can’t use the feeling word your receive. Use a thesaurus – Well-developed paragraph A musician their first performance at the VMAs A soldier the first day at war. A dancer her first day on broadway An artist having their first showcase.
  •  How did the passage make you feel? Mood- how the story makes you feel after reading? Read aloud more The Perks of Being A Wallflower Class work : determine the tone and the mood.
  • Creating The Charlie Event Line 5 Event from The Perks of Being A Wallflower that are important to the overall story and development of the main Character Charlie Each Event must have a summary/time of the event in Charlie’s life setting/conflict/characters/ and the tone of the event/pic Last line of the poster – What was Stephen Chbosky’s purpose for telling us this story? Leader/Artist/Researcher/Recorder- Names - Role
  • Do Now- Read The Passage. Journal #1 – Answer Journal #2 – What is the topic of the Questions: the passage? What do you believe the author is The tone of this saying about the topic? passage is ..? What is the author’s purpose.
  •  In ancient Greece, Socrates was reputed to hold knowledge in high esteem. One day one fellow met the great philosopher and said, "Do you know what I just heard about your friend?". "Hold on a minute," Socrates replied. "Before telling me anything Id like you to pass a little test. Its called the Triple Filter Test.". "Triple filter?". "Thats right," Socrates continued. "Before you talk to me about my friend, it might be a good idea to take a moment and filter what youre going to say. Thats why I call it the triple filter test. The first filter is Truth. Have you made absolutely sure that what you are about to tell me is true?" "No," the man said, "actually I just heard about it and...". "All right," said Socrates. "So you dont know if its true or not. Now lets try the second filter, the filter of Goodness. Is what you are about to tell me about my friend something good?" . "No, on the contrary...". "So," Socrates continued, "you want to tell me something bad about him, but youre not certain its true. You may still pass the test though, because theres one filter left: the filter of Usefulness. Is what you want to tell me about my friend going to be useful to me?" "No, not really." "Well," concluded Socrates, "if what you want to tell me is neither true nor good nor even useful, why tell it to me at all?"
  • Listening Note Practice I will read the end of the passage twice. Take notes  Topic  Author’s Purpose  Type of passage  Any important quotes or examples the author uses to support their controlling ideas.  Why did the author write this?
  • Listening Questions 1.         The tone of this poem is best described as3. critical4. ironic5. light6. proud 2.         According to this poem, what is true about the women of the past?9. They had little formal education.10. They tended to be heavy-set.11. They were more violent than they had to be.12. They could not have dealt with todays problems.
  • 3.        Which phrase best suggests that women were faithful to their role while trying to change it?3. "battered down Doors" (lines 7 and 8)4. "ironed Starched white Shirts" (lines 9 through 11)5. "led Armies . . . Across mined Fields" (lines 12 through 16)6. "they knew what we Must know" (lines 22 and 23) 4.        The poet feels that the women of the past were striving for9. educational opportunities for their children10. the right to work for equal pay11. equal representation in the army12. rights of future generations to vote
  • 6.        The theme of this poem most likely is that women have…3. served their country well, especially in wartime4. neglected their children in order to be activists5. changed and do not know as much as they did a generation ago6. been the source of change and progress in society
  • MINI- LESSON – TASK 3 Directions #1 Write a well developed paragraph in which you use ideas from both passages to establish a controlling idea about ____________. Develop your controlling idea using specific examples and details from each passage.#2 Choose a specific literary element (e.g., theme, characterization, structure, point of view) or literary technique (e.g., symbolism, irony, figurative language, ect.) used by one of the authors. Using specific details from that passage, in a well- developed paragraph, show how the author uses that element or technique to develop the passage.
  • #1 Break Down Create a controlling idea about ________________. Use example/quotes/ explanations to support the controlling idea you have created.
  • #2 Break Down Choose a specific literary element or technique to show how the author develops their passage. What seems to be the most important element within the passage that the author uses to write about the topic? Show some examples.
  • Anchor Text – Wrap Up What are the major themes of this book? What was the purpose of this book What did Stephen Chbosky teach us about life through Charli’e’s story?
  • TASK #3 Practice #1 Write a well developed paragraph in which you use ideas from both passages to establish a controlling idea about belonging/wrongfully accused. Develop your controlling idea using specific examples and details from each passage.#2 Choose a specific literary element (e.g., theme, characterization, structure, point of view) or literary technique (e.g., symbolism, irony, figurative language, ect.) used by one of the authors. Using specific details from that passage, in a well- developed paragraph, show how the author uses that element or technique to develop the
  • Do I belong?Written By: shrith.Lost in a world so full of rights, Nobody cares to see my plight.Born as a child filled with a want, I am still the female gene nobody wants.Excluded from society Here I stand loosing my dignity.What more could i ask for than a life, But now I pray for my sacrifice.Day by day, I am a liability, I stand now showing you my ability.I am the child you once rejected, And now all I ask is for you to take me back
  •  Wrongfully Convicted by Angelina Merrill Some people are wrongfully convicted. Putting in Appeals, hoping the charges will be lifted. A prison cell, now their new home. Entrapped, inside razor barb fences. With no more freedom to roam. A lot of precious years, will be lost. At somebody elses cost. Taking everything day by day. The only thing left to do is hope and pray. Maybe some day, the real criminal will meet their fate. Wrongfully convicted, and having a lot of hate. Pushed through the system, so they can close the case. Not able to accept what has happened. Sooner or later, it will have to be faced. Innocent as hell, we shouldnt be here. Living a life of constant fear. Maybe, theyll realize they made a mistake. Hopefully some day, when I awake. I will hear Im a free man. And a journey home, Ill take.
  • Do : Set up your listening sectiongraphic organizer in the notes sectionof your exam. Who  Purpose What Where  Author Why When  Vocabulary How  Question Clues to look for.